Could be a result of an over-enthusiastic headset removal
No, it's just a drop-in integrated headset.
Make sure you save all the packaging (any sign of damage to the box?). I sold a frame last year, well-packed with plenty of bubble wrap around the headtube/dropouts/BB area and the buyer messaged me with photos of a shattered (for want of a better description) headset top cup once it arrived. I immediately compensated him for the cost of a replacement headset as he was happy that the frame was undamaged, received glowing ebay feedback as a result, then went about the laborious task of claiming compensation from Parcelforce. Sadly despite having taken out extra insurance to cover the cost of the frame, providing my original photos of the undamaged headset, the sellers photos of the damage and copies of all correspondence plus details of my refund to cover the cost of a replacement headset, Parcelforce refused to accept any liability without damaged packaging as evidence.